Logan Paul’s $28 Million Mansion Costs An Ungodly Amount Each Month In Rent
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Logan Paul has claimed he spends an eye-watering sum of money every month on rent for his $28 million mansion.
Now, love him or hate him, Logan Paul is clearly a very successful man who can splash the cash when needed.
The 27-year-old made the switch from Southern California to Puerto Rico in February 2021 and is building a stunning new home on the Caribbean island.
But with his new residence currently under construction, the YouTuber is being forced to slum it in a $28 million home in Dorado, where he pays an obscene amount of money on rent.
YouTuber Mike Majlak recently took us to Paul’s temporary 34-bed home, and we were taken on a very brief tour that includes access to a stunning beach at the back of the property.
Oh, and the revelation that Paul spends a staggering $57,000 a month on rent.
This house apparently does not even come close to home he is building, so the finished project promises to be absolutely jaw-dropping.
The YouTube sensation certainly has money to burn, and that is without the millions of dollars he is still reportedly owed by Floyd Mayweather following their boxing match last year.
In an interview with TMZ, he revealed his plans to take Mayweather to court after failing to pay the total amount owed to Paul after the bout at Miami Gardens. It is believed that there were more than one million pay-per-view buys of the fight.
In fact, he and his brother Jake hold the highest joint record for pay-per-view buys for boxers in 2021. They earned a colossal 2.7 million buys between them, with Jake’s fight against Ben Askren amassing 1.5 million sales.
The Pauls are not content to simply blend into the background and love to cause a stir, as shown in Logan’s latest Wrestlemania appearance where he donned a £3.8 million Pokemon card.
His performance in Texas attracted plenty of admirers, as Paul won his first tag-team match with The Miz against the Mysterio father-son duo.
The display drew praise from the likes of wrestling writer Bryan Alvarez, who tweeted: "You can hate the guy but Logan Paul was a total natural out there."
His brother Jake also wrote: "So proud of Logan for winning tonight what a performance. I told the WWE fans they would have to bow down."
Well, by the sound of things, Paul will have plenty of space to practise his WWE moves once his new pad is finished!
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